How to Make a Card Using the Molowtow Masking Pen

Posted by Laurel Beard

Learn how to stamp with wood using Ken Oliver Color Bursts and do some masking with Molotow Masking Pen.

Hello there! Laurel here and today I have a fun project to share with you today! We will be stamping with wood using Ken Oliver Color Bursts and doing some masking with my favorite masking product ever, the Molotow Masking Pen!

Here is what you will need for today's project:

Ken Oliver Color Burst - Sepia

Molotow Masking Pen

Butterfly Die Cut

White Pigment Ink

Tim Holtz Mini Distress Inks (Wild Honey, Rusty Hinge, Gathered Twigs)

Round Ink Blending Tool

Water Mister

Craft Mat (The Best Ever Craft Mat or Ranger Craft Mat)

Copic Multi Liner

Paint Brush

Wooden shapes/tokens (these might be a good option)

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I thought it would be easier to share this project with you by filming a video instead of typing out the step outs. But before I get to the video, let me do a little recap on some of the main products I used in today's card.

The Molotow Masking pens comes in two sizes, the 2mm and the 4mm. In today's project, I used the 4mm, but really I could have used either one. A lot of masking fluids smell but the Molotow masking pens do not. I also like that they are in a pen format, which makes it much easier to use and it is blue, so you can see where you are applying the mask! It is very quick drying as well! Since it is in a pen format, you can do so much more with it. Think calligraphy or doodling! Lots of possibilities!

Let's talk about the Ken Oliver Color Bursts real quick. There are 12 colors in total in the Color Burst family (for now). For today's project, I used just ONE COLOR! Sepia! Look at all the gorgeous colors that you achieve from one color burst color??? It was simply breathtaking to watch the Color Burst do its magic! The Color Bursts? Are amazing. I have dubbed them the powders with power! And they are so much fun to use!

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Below you will find the video for this card! Thanks so much for stopping by today!